The film starts in the 1980s. A young Shiva (Jiiva) is taught by his grandfather (Prakash Raj) to be bold and brave and fight against all odds, especially all that's evil. Shiva grows up with his grandfather's words as the Bible. However, Shiva's parents (Jayaprakash and Lakshmi) want him to lead a peaceful life. Enters Priya (Shriya), a law college student. She is the daughter of a police official (Babu Antony). Obviously it's romance between the young man and the woman. Meanwhile, Shiva is forced to earn the wrath of a goon (Ganesh Acharya) and also he crosses swords with another baddie called Gowri. The rest, which is supplemented by electrifying stunt sequences, is about how Shiva emerges victor against all odds. —Raju
One of a kind movie, so inspiring !
This movie and actor Jeeva himself will make you understand the significance of anger at different situations in life. When I said anger its not some typical anger story where the hero smashes 10 men with just his right hand, but a totally different one. The righteous anger is the meaning of the word, the movie title "Rowthiram" referenced by the famous tamil poet, Mahakavi Bharathiyar. He was an important part in India's independence movement who aroused thousands of people with his poems on Independence and freedom. Gokul the director of the movie has shown us that righteous anger is something every human being should possess. The fight scenes in the movie were so real unlike commercial movies where, not even the heroe's shoes get dusty. On the whole, an inspiring movie that would make most of us, jealous of Jeeva's character in the movie.
- Jan 2, 2019
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